Kyocera Museum Garden - the museum and garden were founded in 1933, occupying the large space of a product display facility that the city acquired. The pond garden behind the museum was designed and created by Ogawa Jihei,the 7th generation of this celebrated family of Japanese garden masters. In this Meiji period garden, the pond makes use of Lake Biwa Canal water and uses Higashiyama hills as a backdrop.
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